Landing Platform Dock for Royal Dutch Navy
 
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Landing Platform Dock for Royal Dutch Navy

      12/23/2002

Landing Platform Dock for Royal Dutch Navy

Imtech N.V., technical service provider in Europe, has received an order from the shipyard Schelde Marinebouw (Koninklijke Schelde) in Vlissingen and the Royal Dutch Navy to provide important systems for an amphibian transport vessel. Imtech will supply all electrical power systems, the platform automation system (including integrated bridge) and Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) system for the new LPD-2 (Landing Platform Dock 2) vessel.

The vessel incorporates a floating dock facilitating launching troops and equipment using special landing craft. The LPD has sufficient space to deploy large numbers of transport vehicles andcontainers. A helicopter platform is also available. With these vessels, a large contingent of marines can be deployed for humanitarian and military operations. The LPD-2 will be handed over to the Royal Dutch Navy in 2006.


 

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